Nation's top decorative decoy collection on display at DU

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We are fortunate to have the country's premiere collection of decorative decoys on display at Ducks Unlimited National headquarters. In addition to the display, Gary Guyette, America's leading expert in decoy appraisals, will be on hand this Friday, November 7th offering free appraisals of your decoys. There is no limit on the number of decoys you may bring in. Doug and Ellen Miller will conduct a lecture and open forum about their collection Friday, November 7th from 12-1:00 pm.

Please see detailed information below. This display is free to the public and on display during regular office hours.

Ducks Unlimited is located adjacent to the AgriCenter at One Waterfowl Way, Memphis, TN 38120. For additional information please call 901-758-3825.

Miller Collection: From Decoys to Decoratives
November 3 - 26
8 - 5 pm Monday through Friday at Ducks Unlimited


Collectors Ellen and Doug Miller of Castle Rock, Colorado, bring their one-of-a-kind collection of national award winning decorative decoys for an exhibition at Ducks Unlimited. For a limited time, the collection of works by internationally renowned carvers such as William Schultz, John Scheeler, Pat Godin and Jeff Brunet will be on display. Admission to the exhibition is free.

Duck Decoy Appraisals
Friday, November 7
9 am - 5 pm at Ducks Unlimited


Gary Guyette, Principal at Guyette & Deeter in St. Michaels, Maryland, will appraise your decoys for free. Guyette & Deeter is one of the world's largest and most successful decoy auction companies, holding world records in sales in a number of decoy categories, including duck decoys, fish decoys, duck calls and decorative carvings. There is no limit to the number of items you may bring.

Lecture and Open Forum
Friday, November 7
Noon - 1 pm at Ducks Unlimited


Ellen and Doug Miller will discuss the history and content of the Miller Collection: From Decoys to Decoratives exhibition on display at Ducks Unlimited, and answer questions. Many of the featured pieces have been on display at natural history museums around the world. Admission to the lecture and open forum is free.